Managing Wild Dogs in the Tallangatta Valley

The protection buffer against wild dogs for farmers neighbouring national park has been extended for 12 months. But the Victorian Government is saying these dogs are dingoes and need to be protected. The dogs are hybrids, carrying big litters of pups, and are a threat to native fauna, domestic animals, livestock & people. Clint Ried is a Tallangatta Valley farmer who lived through the worst attacks, before the buffer was introduced, in the early 2000s.

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